So yeah I was gonna apply to this uni until I stumbled at their EE curriculum which is as follow:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm not very expert, but you know wish to know the expert opinion in this regard

Calculus I

Calculus II

Calculus III

Linear Algebra

Differential Equations

Numerical Methods

Probability and Statistics for Engineers

Introduction to Chemistry

Mechanics and Waves for Engineers

Electromagnetism and Optics for Engineers

Programming for Engineers

Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis

Materials Science and Engineering

Introduction to Electronics

Foundations of Electrical Engineering

Electric Circuits

Digital Logic Systems

Signals and Systems

Communications Theory

Microelectronics

Computer Networks

Control and Feedback System Design

Computer Architecture

Electrical Energy Conversion

Applied Electromagnetic

Electric Power Systems

Digital Communications

Electrical Engineering Capstone Project

5 × electives

the plan during the 4 years study will be like:

1st semester:

Programming for Engineers

Introduction to Chemistry

Calculus I

Mechanics and Waves for Engineers

2nd semester:

Materials Science and Engineering

Calculus II

Electromagnetism and Optics for Engineers

3rd semester:

Foundations of Electrical Engineering

Calculus III

Linear Algebra

Differential Equations

4th semester:

Introduction to Electronics

Electric Circuits

Digital Logic Systems

Numerical Methods

Probability and Statistics

5th semester:

Signals and Systems

Computer Networks

Computer Architecture

Applied Electromagnetic

6th semester:

Communications Theory

Microelectronics

Control and Feedback System Design

Electrical Energy Conversion

Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis

7th semester:

Digital Communications

Electric Power Systems

EE Elective

EE Elective

and the 8th semester:

Electrical Engineering Capstone Project

EE Elective

EE Elective

EE Elective

their electives are:

Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

Wireless Communications

Digital Electronics

Communication Electronics

Nano electronics

Digital Signal Processing

Digital Image Processing

Power Electronics

Antennas and Wave Propagation

Optical Fiber Communication Systems

Opto electronics

Microwave Engineering

Renewable Energy

Digital Control

Modern Control Theory

Unfortunately, I don't see a dedicated physics courses at all!

And I hope there aren't any important missing subjects

In general what do you think is the good, the bad, and the ugly in this course?

Thanks!

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